It is believed that coffee was introduced in Rwanda in 1904 by German missionaries.
A long time back we had some unique wet-process coffee offerings from the small farms of Saint Helena.
Sulawesi coffees can be the jewels of Indonesia. The reason is that some coffees from South Sulawesi are grown at altitudes unheard of on other Indonesian islands.
Yemen is the first place coffee was commercialized, traded through the port city of Al Mahka (Mokha).
Coffee was introduced in the 1950's with cultivar seedstock from Tanzania and Kenya
Guatemalan coffee is arguably the crown jewel of Central America. That doesn't mean all Guatemalan coffees are good ...
Kivu is the general name for East Congo (Kinshasa) and covers a very broad geographical area.
Much of the flavor of Sumatran coffee comes from the way Sumatras are processed, the wet-hull method , not to be confused with wet-processed coffee.
Tom's take on on the right pants...more than just protection from ants.
This has nothing to do with coffee, but everything to do with culture!
Yemeni coffees are like no other. Maybe that's a good thing.
Nutty, chocolaty and great for an espresso base
Coffee, escaping hippos and smoking coffee leaves
Regular harvests make Colombia a truly unique coffee producing country.
Here's a few Instagrams from Tom's last trip.
An insight into the African coffee trade.
A series of clips from around the mountainous coffee areas of East Timor.
A glimpse at the work that goes into coffee coming from PNG.
Sounds that Tom wakes up to on the road.
A short video from Tom's recent trip to Bali.
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